Hunt/AECOM has had success using Navisworks software as a 3D and 4D collaboration tool. The net result has always been good, however, the process of using Navisworks software has resulted in teams not having the latest information. With BIM 360 Glue software, we can have a live link or real-time data connecting all of the trade data in one cloud model. Using the Blue Ciel project and others, this presentation will demonstrate how to coordinate construction Building Information Modeling (BIM) and maintain construction schedules. Hunt/AECOM uses BIM 360 Glue software to involve all stakeholders. This session features BIM 360 Glue and BIM 360 Field. AIA Approved
The trades Designers and Installers will benefit the most from this presentation but Architects, Engineers, Construction Managers, and anyone involved in the design phase of their projects is invited to attend.
Norm Akin is a kayak fisherman, cigar aficionado, and uber-geek. Currently he is the BIM Manager for the South Region of Hunt/AECOM and has spent 30 years using Autodesk, Inc., products. He has a varied background in construction, architecture, manufacturing, and training. Because he can coordinate all aspects of a project he works together with architects, engineers, and contractors to guarantee a successful project. In addition to his work at Hunt/AECOM he works as one of the AGC BIM trainers on a national level. Just like fishing, BIM is a passion for Norm and he is always trying to improve the process by adding new technology such as drone capture or LIDAR scanning or even designing the perfect lure. Thanks to Norm’s vast background, he can quickly identify process problems, create solutions, and instruct others within the company culture. He first taught at AU in 2006 which was his second AU to attend.
Streamlining the process for preventative and scheduled maintenance of facilities has always been challenging due to lack of communication between designers and future facility maintenance (FM) crews. As evolution of Building Information Modeling (BIM) has been proven to increase efficiency and improve buildings’ construction, it is also improving processes and decreasing costs of FM and facility management. This class will explain how the integration of BIM models into FM systems has become a powerful tool in the building-management lifecycle. We will explain how the BIM model becomes an electronic owner’s manual—it helps visualize space and building components that need maintenance, and it automates a preventive maintenance program. It gives the ability to filter data and quickly search for specific information, which significantly improves efficiency, and saves the maintenance crew time and resources. This session will showcase studies data, software comparisons, and recommendations for industry professionals. This session features Building Ops, BIM 360 Field, and BIM 360 Glue. AIA Approved
This industry talk will focus on a new perspective on integrated project delivery (IPD) of sustainable, high-performing buildings. They can only be achieved through a building with integrated building systems, which can only be produced through an integrated process. An integrated process depends on the right people and an integrated team, which needs integrated information—that is, BIM+—to function effectively and efficiently. Simulation and visualization are the primary ways in which BIM+ informs the integrated team. Collaboration and colocation are the primary ways that enable the integrated team to integrate processes. Production management methods enable the productive design, fabrication, and construction of the integrated building system. Outcome metrics define the performance of the building and validate the integrated building system. All of this is supported by the appropriate agreement or framework. This session features BIM 360 Glue. AIA Approved
Historically, the architecture, engineering, and construction industry has operated in information silos. With the creation of the U.K. BIM mandate, the government has focused on the end product, and has essentially farmed out the workflow for project teams working in a model-based environment. Never before, has there been such an open and sharing mentality among would-be competitors trying to achieve a common goal. This session is the “warts and all“ account of 2 U.K. architecture firms changing perspectives, office cultures, mindsets, and deliverables, focusing on examples of where new technology and innovative workflows have assisted with communication, collaboration, integration, and systems coordination to provide a consistent approach for projects. After attending this class you will understand how change management and communication with an extended project team can benefit your client, the holistic project, and, ultimately, its lifecycle design, along with the negative impacts that not embracing change may have on your business. This session features Revit, BIM 360 Glue, and Navisworks Manage. AIA Approved
To date, created and collected asset data has been siloed within its respective native software, forcing users to extract information from each software and aggregate it to create a custom electronic deliverable. This is a very time-consuming manual process with inconsistent deliverables to owners. Cross-platform workflows in the Autodesk, Inc., suite has enabled information to be passed from one software to the next, resulting in a more-aggregated, seamless deliverable. Class attendees will learn how to capitalize on the Autodesk suite of products (Navisworks software, BIM 360 Glue software, BIM 360 Field software, Building Ops software) to efficiently tie the intelligent model and collected asset data together for better use and navigation of the closeout deliverable. We will highlight a recently completed project that adopted Building Ops software as an asset management tool, gaining efficiency in the facility management process. This session features Building Ops, BIM 360 Field, and BIM 360 Glue. AIA Approved
The class will cover the workflows and considerations needed when setting models up in Revit software for export to BIM 360 Glue software to enable these to be used in BIM 360 Field software and then Building Ops software with asset management and operations and maintenance in mind. The presentation will look at how certain data doesn’t flow across the platforms, and we’ll demonstrate alternative work-arounds you can undertake to overcome this. The presentation will look at how to set up your Revit project with the mindset that the models will be used on iPads in BIM 360 Field software, and then we’ll look at how the data will transfer across into the Building Ops application. We will also address which application the data is generated in and we’ll look at examples of who populates this information. We will explore the differences in the Building Ops model viewing appearance, and the considerations that you may want to make when setting up the model at the start of the project with BIM 360 Glue software, BIM 360 Field software, and Building Ops software in mind. This session features Building Ops, BIM 360 Field, and BIM 360 Glue. AIA Approved
Many facility owners require intelligent models as deliverables for capital projects. However, simply asking for models or COBie, or mandating industry-standard Building Information Modeling (BIM) execution plans, may not fit the specific requirements and workflows within an owner’s organization. In this session, you will learn best practices from Princeton University with more than a decade’s experiences of driving successful BIM projects. We will share with you how Princeton has standardized the workflows to obtain an integrated deliverable that combines BIM models with as-built documents and data. Princeton will explain how defining the facilities management (FM) deliverable as a prime objective very early in the construction phase empowers architects, engineers, and contactors to increase the quality of their services, while providing excellent FM deliverables. You will also discover innovative technologies of integrating Princeton’s existing FM applications with Autodesk, Inc., technology to extend BIM to FM teams. This session features BIM 360 Glue and BIM 360 Field. AIA Approved
Construction productivity is an issue in the construction industry that can be addressed with technological solutions such as Building Information Modeling (BIM)-to-field workflows with robotic total stations. Attend this session to learn how United States construction companies are utilizing Revit software with Point Layout software, BIM 360 Glue software, and the BIM 360 Layout app with Leica iCON robotic total stations to streamline office-to-field workflows that increase accuracy while cutting production time. This session features BIM 360 Layout, BIM 360 Glue, and Revit. AIA Approved
The Meisi Lake City Island is the world’s largest twin-helix steel structure. It is very difficult to install elements onto the site precisely with traditional methods. Working with BIM 360 Glue software and Point Layout software, users can generate the set points from Building Information Modeling (BIM) models directly, laying out the data with the total station automatically. The class will show the best practice to set the points to space elements, and run the site survey with a standards procedure. We’ll also show how to get the site position with a total station, and compare the installation results with original BIM model for quality audit. The economic and social value is to eliminate deviation of manual centering, and improve mapping precision; decrease quantity of surveyors with automatic robot, improve mapping efficiency, and shorten working period; and reduce surveying works at high altitudes, and thereby improve safety management. This session features Point Layout, BIM 360 Glue, and BIM 360 Layout. AIA Approved
When 3D modeling replaced 2D CAD, only the detailing method changed—not the way data gets transferred to steel fabricators (much of the knowledge in the model is lost). So, while detailers benefited, steel fabricators are still getting the same information in the same format. But now it’s possible for fabricators to extract better information from the Advance Steel software model. American Institute of Steel Construction’s IFC for Steel Fabrication Specification is available directly from Advance Steel software to feed fabricators’ production-management systems and workstations. The new workflow involves sending a single file that a fabricator can use to extract all the information needed for fabrication, including 2D and 3D views, connections, and material information. From there, it’s possible to manage and organize the project ready for fabrication, optimize material, and create the data required to drive and track computer numerical control or manual workstations. This class will work through the process and review the benefits of model-based fabrication. This session features Advance Steel and BIM 360 Glue.
Model-based quantification has long been one of the promising applications of Building Information Modeling (BIM). As many in the industry have, Holder Construction has found ways to pull quantities from models to drive project estimation. In this presentation, we will share some of our tools and processes. Additionally, we will discuss many model-based quantification tools currently available, and why there continues to be a need for better tools built for preconstruction and estimating professionals. This session features Revit, BIM 360 Glue, and Navisworks Manage. AIA Approved
This class will explore how and why Holder Construction has standardized construction coordination around BIM 360 Glue software. The discussion will cover processes around BIM 360 Glue software, advantages provided by the BIM 360 platform, and challenges faced in the implementation process. Content will cover case studies demonstrating the use of BIM 360 Glue software on projects ranging from small office buildouts to large-scale projects, including airports and National Football League stadiums. This session features BIM 360 Glue, Navisworks Manage, and Revit. AIA Approved
We will explore some high-level challenges facing the oil and gas industry, how operators are looking to capitalize on a data-centric approach through technology to improve project performance. We’ll present a case study from a megaproject demonstrating how capitalizing on 3D models and mobile field devices led to significant efficiency and productivity improvements to deliver client outcomes. The case study will demonstrate how Navisworks software and BIM 360 software were applied as part of a completions-driven philosophy/methodology. This session features BIM 360 Field and BIM 360 Glue. AIA Approved